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Arnaldo Rossi of Pane e Vino, Cortona Italy

Private Italian Wine Tasting
with Arnaldo Rossi

Venue #1:  Downtown Los Gatos
6 – 7:30 PM on Thursday, February 6th

Venue #2:  Downtown Los Altos
6 – 7:30 PM on Friday, February 7th


Sommelier & Winemaker Arnaldo Rossi from Pane e Vino in Cortona, Tuscany joins us for two private Wine Tastings in the San Francisco Bay Area.

We’ve air-shipped 9 unique Italian wines direct from the winemakers’ cantinas for this Tasting event, including:

Chianti Classico, Vino Nobile, Brunello, Barbaresco, Amarone,
Prosecco, Pinot Grigio, a Supertuscan, and Sollucchero.

Arnaldo and Michael Horne, Sommelier & Executive Director at Dall’Uva, will be talking about the wines and sharing the rich stories of the winemakers with a small group (no more than 20) of fellow lovers of Italian wine, food and culture.  We will be pairing the wines with some antipasti of Italian cheeses and meats.  A small tasting fee is charged to attend these events.

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This wine tasting event is private and by invitation only. We limit attendance to just 20 people per event. We maintain a list of wine lovers who want to join these very special, intimate tasting events, and notify them as new tasting events are scheduled.

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